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15408 Santa Fe Trl
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2.The Villages Health System Main
1451 El Camino Real
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3.Doctors Memorial Hospital Physical TherapyServing the Eustis, FL area
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Hi, I'm JoAnn Baker, Administrator at Doctors Memorial Hospital. It is a great privilege to serve as the Administrator of Doctors Memorial Hospital. Here, we understand that Healthcare is evolving wit
4.Florida Hospital Waterman
1000 Waterman Way
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I can't thank you enough to Dr. Cappellan and the nurses for taking care of our baby. We have had other ER and hospital visits and none rank up to your staff and facility.
5.Mid Florida Surgery Center
17564 Us Highway 441
We take the importance of your vision as seriously as you do, and do everything in our power to create lifelong relationships that exceed your expectations. Mid-Florida Eye Center physicians have been
6.Osceola Regional Hospital
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7.The Villages Regional Hospital
1451 El Camino Real
This is a very poor hospital. It has the I don't care attitude. There was some good help but most don't seem to care. Was in the hospital for 2 days without any one checking my diabetes or giving m
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